The Krakow struggle appears to be between the old guard, the Jakubowiczs and their relatively few supporters (about 150, according to media reports), and the newcomers, Chabad Lubavitch.
Besides his tireless work over four decades to promote Jewish continuity, establishing a global network of Chabad houses and numerous other institutions directed at Jews, the Rebbe also made a significant mark on the non-Jewish world.
“This is not only an opportunity to learn about the Rebbe’s teachings,” says Rabbi Yaakov Kaplan, who produced the course. “Rather, this is a chance to learn the Rebbe’s teachings themselves. It is a guided tour through complex and nuanced Torah study.”
“Even before the first tractor has touched the ground, a spiritual “housewarming” was carried out in the future settlement, in the form of printing the Tanya on the site."
According to neighbors' reports, the three youths cursed out the rabbi, beat him up and stepped on his hat.
The project was sponsored by Viktor Vekselberg, a Ukrainian-born tycoon whose father was Jewish.
One person was murdered in the attack, and three more were wounded.
Joint Terrorism Task Force investigates multiple suspicious fires targeting Boston Chabads.
The space will serve various community needs and function as a medical rehabilitation center.
The delegation presented Zelensky with a Torah translated into Russian, and wished him success in his new position.
Miraculously, Earnest didn't use his extra 50 bullets because the District Attorney said, “Something happened to interrupt his use of that gun.”
The gunman, John Earnest, was a Trump hater, and called him in a post he entered an hour before his attack, "that Zionist, Jew-loving, anti-White, traitorous [expletive]."
Oscar Stewart engaged the gunman together with a U.S. military veteran; together they kept nearly all of the congregation safe.
“This shooter was engaged by people in the congregation, and those brave people certainly prevented this from being a much worse tragedy.”
"Our rabbi, Yisroel Goldstein, who was taken to the emergency room, told everyone that she saved his life because she stood in front of him."
"Anti-Jewish violence in the United States has now risen to a level that cannot be ignored or dismissed."
The robbers entered Mrs. Notik's bedroom, beat her with a stick to wake her up, threatened her life and demanded money.
It should be noted that the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Sholom Dovber Schneersohn, is known to have said that "our understanding of the Tanya is like a goat looking at the moon."
Jewish women seeking ritual pool services have thus far had to travel quite a distance, to China or Japan, to use a mikvah for family purity.
In an interview taped by police, the nanny said she was teaching little Avremi Zippel to be a good husband.
“The reality is that victims of terror are, sadly, in their own category. We are forced to approach these events differently."
“Some of the ... incidents may have been random crime or committed by people struggling with mental health issues.”
The latest legal course of action claims a violation of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act, which prohibits enacting“a substantial burden on the religious exercise of a person, including a religious assembly or institution” unless there’s “a compelling governmental interest.”
"We will still be holding the Hanukkah celebration in the market square. The attackers want to intimidate us, but they won't succeed."
Netanyahu Cites ‘Boundless Inspiration’ From Lubavitcher Rebbe During Chabad Mitzvah Mobile Ceremony
Chabad mitzvah mobile 'mitzvah tanks' are spread throughout the country.
The attack took place at around 9:40 pm on Troy Avenue, between Empire Boulevard and Montgomery Street.
The campus rabbi noted that the image representing wholesale murder of six million Jews was painted over a memorial to Jews massacred in Pittsburgh.
"In order to get them to sit down, the pilot announced that we were returning to the gate and to please sit. He then drove and took off ... Lies."
Family members called police to express concerns over remarks that last month's Pittsburgh synagogue massacre was "a dry run."
The public is invited to join in the “big scene” at 4:00 pm on Thursday, October 4 on the corner of Eastern Parkway and Albany Avenue.